The 64-year-old music icon is reportedly making her massive comeback to the stage.
Sources have claimed that Madonna will reportedly be teaming up with Live Nation and music manager Guy Oseary, to surprise fans with a long awaited 40th anniversary tour.
Madonna is one of music’s biggest standing legacies, accumulating a massive fan base over her long and highly accomplished career. Over the years, the seven-time Grammy-winning artist has embarked on over 10 world tours, with Billboard sources teasing the fans that another tour may be added to the line up.
The music legend will reportedly play songs from her accomplished roster of albums dating back to her five-time certified platinum debut album “Madonna” to her most recent release, as well as rumours suspecting the singer will perform a multi-night run at London’s O2.
The Queen of Pop released her latest album back in August of 2022, Finally Enough Love, a reminiscent collection that celebrates the artist achieving a recording breaking 50 number one hits on the US Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, making her the first and only artist to obtain the remarkable achievement.
The LP features all of her most groundbreaking hits that made her into one of music’s most admired and esteemed artist of a generation, with all new remixes remastered by the singers close music producer, Mike Dean.
Several high caliber musicians that Madonna has been linked to throughout her career can be seen making appearances in the album such as Britney Spears (‘Me Against The Music’), Justin Timberlake and Timbaland (‘4 Minutes’) and even ‘Super Bass’ rapper Nicki Minaj making a unexpected cameo on the album.
Madonna doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon with early production of her much anticipated biopic staring Golden Globe winner Julia Garner currently taking place.
The feature length film is set to be directed by the singer herself and cowritten by Oscar winning writers Diablo Cody and Erin Wilson. The movie will follow the music legend’s navigation though a male dominated industry as one of the first few emerging female pop stars to first arrive in the mainstream limelight.
You can check out Hot Press’s Madonna issue here.